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Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS)2 can be used to create summary data tables down to the (PUMA) level from individual housing unit and person records. Please note that PUMS files from the American Community Survey are not Census 2000 data products.
Equal Employment Opportunity2 (EEO) summary data include educational attainment and occupation by hispanic origin, race and sex down to the place level. See Census 2000 Special EEO File Questions and Answers and the Census Bureau EEO home page.
Notes on using summary file (see below) technical documentation Chapter 3 (Subject Locator) contains a list of demographic data tables by keyword. The Table Matrix Section of Chapter 7 (Data Dictionary) contains complete properly indented table information including the universe, headings and all data items. Original ASCII text data file users can use Figure 2-2 from Chapter 2 (How to Use This File) to identify the data file that contains a specific table. The Identification Section of Chapter 7 contains a complete list of geographic identifier fields. Chapter 4 (Summary Level Sequence Charts) contains code lists for SUMLEV and a list of available geographic components (GEOCOMP) for each summary level (area type for which summary data is available). See the Footnote Section of Chapter 7 for a code list for GEOCOMP.
Summary File 42 data are available down to the census tract level. Separate data sets are available for each of 336 population groups: the total population, 132 race groups, 78 American Indian and Alaska Native tribe categories (reflecting 39 individual tribes), 39 Hispanic or Latino groups, and 86 ancestry groups (see Appendix H of file documentation for a complete list).
Summary File 23 data are available down to the census tract level. Separate data sets are available for each of 250 population groups: the total population, 132 race groups, 78 American Indian and Alaska Native tribe categories (reflecting 39 individual tribes), and 39 Hispanic or Latino groups (see Appendix H of file documentation for a complete list).
Summary File 13 data are available down to the census block part (based on county subdivision and place) level.
Public Law 94-171 Redistricting3 data contains counts of both the total and voting age (18 and over) population by Hispanic Origin, Race and Sex.
1 Data file formats and software are different than 2000.
2 based on long form questionnaire (sample based estimates)
3 based on short form questionnaire (100% counts)
4 for use within dBase III Plus (tm) or Microsoft Access (tm) 97 formats for use with the ASCII text data files. These files are in comma separated variable (*.csv) format and do not contain header records.